The VE538 makes a great phone for someone who doesn't expect the extras. Motorola keeps the price of the VE538 low but leaves out important accessories to do so.
With substance to back it up, the Motorola V3 is a very stylish phone that will appeal to professionals and those with deep pockets.
Better than the K1, but held back by a low-spec camera and ageing menu design.
Its sins are few but they affect essential parts of this handset and spoil the overall experience. Motorola does admirably working with, and against, the clunky Windows system, but we can't recommend the MOTOSURF.
If you want a screen that is a little bigger than the iPhone 5's, but you don't want a handset that requires a briefcase to transport it about, the Razr M could be that 'just right' sized Android phone you've been looking for -- with 4G to boot.
The Motorola Cliq XT is a nice alternative to the original Cliq, offering a sleeker design and enhanced multimedia capabilities.
With its vast range of connectivity and some punchy performance, the Atrix is a good smartphone, but there are niggling issues with its software that need to be ironed out before we could call it a great smartphone.
Though it's oh-so pretty, the Motorola Krzr K1m doesn't offer any new features. Plus, multimedia performance wasn't reliable.
For Verizon customers who crave physical keyboards, the Motorola Droid 3 offers an excellent one, but the rest of the Android smartphone's improvements fail to impress.